The Role of Your Dentist
Do you get twinges when you eat or drink certain foods? Sensitivity is a common dental problem. It’s not a disease, but rather a condition that develops over time. If you are experiencing any dental problems, always consult your dentist for advice. Only a dentist can confirm your tooth pain is dentin hypersensitivity. They can advise on the most suitable oral care routine for you including the best tooth brushing technique - how often and when. Consult with your dentist on taking proactive steps in order to protect against acid wear, which could be one of the causes of sensitive teeth. If you feel you are at risk of acid wear, talk to your dentist for advice, for example, on how best to consume the many acidic foods and drinks in the modern diet. You can also try a toothpaste specially formulated to help protect teeth against acid erosion such as Pronamel.
Why do experts recommend Sensodyne®?
Since it was introduced in 1961, Sensodyne® toothpaste has become the Number 1 dentist recommended brand for tooth sensitivity - in fact 9 out of 10 dentists recommend us. With twice daily brushing Sensodyne® provides proven relief from the pain of sensitive teeth.
Science has always been at the heart of Sensodyne®, it’s what makes our toothpastes so effective. Over the years our scientists have formulated different technologies into novel toothpastes, specially designed to relieve tooth sensitivity.
When to see your dentist
Please remember there are many other causes of dental pain than tooth sensitivity. If you feel discomfort or pain in your teeth at any time, we recommend you visit your dentist to ask for advice as soon as you can. We recommend that you visit your dentist every 6 months for regular dental check ups.